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The Financial Times is a leading international paper with a focus on economic and financial issues. It is the European counterpart to the Wall Street Journal. Unlike many other papers its online edition is successful and has more subscribers than the print version. It produced the Financial Times Deutschland from 2000 to 2012.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 217,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday
Visits per month: 1.000.000 - 5.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: London, United Kingdom
Publisher: Pearson PLC
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1888

1 Southwark Bridge, London, SE1 9HL
Phone: 0044 20 7873 3000
E-Mail: main.news@ft.com
Internet: http://www.ft.com/home/europe
Twitter: @FT

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1.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 19/10/2015

The wrong time for the EU to embrace Turkey

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday promised the government in Istanbul financial aid and accelerated visa-free travel if Turkey cooperates more closely with the EU ... » more

2.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 29/09/2015

West must not trust Putin on Syria

With his policy in Syria Russian President Putin is pursuing objectives that run counter to the interests of the US and the EU, the conservative ... » more

3.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 03/09/2015

Election brings Grexit closer

Around two weeks before its new elections the outlook is not good for Greece, the conservative daily Financial Times believes: "Greece faces one of two ... » more

4.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 10/05/2015

Brexit debate a boon for Putin

The negotiations between London and Brussels on EU reforms will weaken the Union as regards foreign policy, the conservative daily Financial Times fears: "The possibility ... » more

5.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 06/04/2015

Athens must turn words into deeds

The Greek government will have a hard time restoring its credibility with its EU partners, the liberal business daily Financial Times comments after Athens' announcement ... » more

6.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 24/03/2015

Cameron scores own goal in election campaign

Speaking in an interview with the BBC on Monday, British head of government David Cameron ruled out the possibility of serving a third term as ... » more

7.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 22/12/2014

UK needs foreign students

British Home Secretary Theresa May wants to introduce legislation that would oblige students from non-EU countries to leave the UK and apply for a new ... » more

8.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 13/11/2014

Blatter can't weather this storm

In its own interest, Fifa must publish the entire report of its chief investigator Michael Garcia, the conservative daily Financial Times demands: "This fiasco highlights ... » more

9.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 24/09/2014

For Roula Khalaf Sunnis are the forgotten victims in Mid East

The IS militias' acts of aggression against Kurds, Yazidis and Christians in Syria and Iraq have led to US airstrikes, but it's the Sunnis living ... » more

10.  Financial Times - United Kingdom | 17/09/2014

Kiev can only win with financial aid

The Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will meet in Washington today with US President Barack Obama. Instead of military support Poroshenko should request financial aid, political ... » more

 

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